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Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 At 06:00 PM
Duration: 3 Hours
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In the Streets Productions announces a tea party featuring one of their most beloved acts, the Society for the Preservation and Promotion of Sapphic Social Mores. “SPPSSM” is a ground-breaking comedy act featuring Maggie Cee and Rachel Kahn as Phyllis Troubridge and Beatrice Llewellyn, proud upholders of LGBT etiquette standards.SPPSSM uses fabulously archaic language and vintage fashion to address the concerns of the modern queer, including potlucks, softball, gender complications, and relationships. They been seen with the Femme Show as well as at the HOTT Festival at Dixon Place (NYC) and the Swing into Spring with the Network/La Red (Boston).SPPSSM presents a tea party featuring mingling, crafts, a question and answer session with Phyllis and Beatrice, and a sample performance on Wednesday, July 28 from 6:00-10:00 PM at 7 Carolina Avenue in Jamaica Plain. The admission fee of $10 helps support The Femme Show’s August tour and fall performances in Cambridge.
Email: maggie@thefemmeshow.com

 

In the Streets Productions announces a tea party featuring one of their most beloved acts, the Society for the Preservation and Promotion of Sapphic Social Mores. “SPPSSM” is a ground-breaking comedy act featuring Maggie Cee and Rachel Kahn as Phyllis Troubridge and Beatrice Llewellyn, proud upholders of LGBT etiquette standards.

SPPSSM presents a tea party featuring mingling, crafts, a question and answer session with Phyllis and Beatrice, and a sample performance on Wednesday, July 28 from 6:00-10:00 PM at 7 Carolina Avenue in Jamaica Plain. The admission fee of $10 helps support The Femme Show’s August tour and fall performances in Cambridge.

SPPSSM uses fabulously archaic language and vintage fashion to address the concerns of the modern queer, including potlucks, softball, gender complications, and relationships. They been seen with the Femme Show as well as at the HOTT Festival at Dixon Place (NYC) and the Swing into Spring with the Network/La Red (Boston).